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Oct
26
revised Can awk use field identifiers also for shell strings (variables)?
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Oct
26
revised GNU/Linux (Debian): detecting hard-disks mappings?
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Oct
26
revised GNU/Linux (Debian): detecting hard-disks mappings?
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Oct
26
revised GNU/Linux (Debian): detecting hard-disks mappings?
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Oct
23
revised List partition labels from the command line
Removed redundant head + tail statements from the pipe chain.
Oct
23
revised List partition labels from the command line
improved formatting (script output)
Oct
23
revised List partition labels from the command line
major improvements
Oct
23
revised List partition labels from the command line
made script POSIX compatible
Oct
22
revised GNU/Linux (Debian): detecting hard-disks mappings?
grammar (oops!)
Oct
22
awarded  Teacher
Oct
21
comment GKrellM vs. udev's asynchronous drive mappings on bootup
Because udev is designed to work asynchronously, hence I would only resort to this method if there is really no other way out.
Oct
20
comment Linux Mint: drives' map changing at reboot brings fstab error
For your NTFS drives, you may also want to use ntfslabel from ntfsprogs package (instead of booting into Windows or gparted on Linux to change the label). It now gets shipped on quite a couple major distros.
Oct
20
revised GKrellM vs. udev's asynchronous drive mappings on bootup
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Oct
20
answered GNU/Linux (Debian): detecting hard-disks mappings?
Oct
20
comment Map IDE drive to /dev/hda
Yes, but frankly, I'd rather strangle myself than getting convinced to work with UUIDs in /etc/fstab, to begin with. It just messes up the listing with its insanely long hex values (and my eyes, too). They're no less annoying to work with than Class IDs on Windoze.
Oct
20
asked GKrellM vs. udev's asynchronous drive mappings on bootup
Sep
26
comment “Out of Memory” error while copying large files with pcmanfm
LOL. YMMD with that great comparison.:) But for real, I think it might make a difference to a system that is not yet out of memory. That is, if you try adjusting swappiness before copying the huge-size stuff, you might have a slight chance of getting swap utilized way earlier (ideally preventing vital processes from being killed). Or couldn't you?
Sep
26
comment What happens if a file is modified while you're copying it?
Good explanation. BTW, this has always surprised me why this is possible under UNIX-like OSes without getting the typical error message known from Windows ("Can't access file - file in use") You could not even play an MP3 file that was already deleted while playing it. Under Unix, you can (surprisingly) - with no problems at all. I guess UNIX-based OSes always work with backup copies of the files, so this is feasible.
Sep
26
revised “Out of Memory” error while copying large files with pcmanfm
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Sep
26
comment “Out of Memory” error while copying large files with pcmanfm
OUCH! Thanks a lot, I wasn't aware of that. But this is because (as you just pointed out) there is no separate source of the file manager you could download but it's crammed into libfm. And alas, you have to learn about that fact first if you have never delved into its internals before.